The following fees can be found in Argent Vault :
Blockchain network fees ("gas")
For the most up to date list on what network fees you need to pay for, including wallet creation, please refer to this guide. You can read an introduction to what 'gas' is here.
Sometimes, such as via Invest, blockchain network fees for Ethereum are included within the rate.
Argent does not profit from network fees.
If you exchange fiat currency (traditional money, e.g. $, £) for crypto, you'll pay a fee to the third party provider that enables that service. Read here for details. Argent does not currently take a fee for this.
To exchange crypto-to-crypto, you'll pay a small exchange fee and the Ethereum transaction fee (gas). Read here for details. Argent does take a small part of the exchange fee.
Some Dapps that are accessible from Argent, either through our native integrations or via WalletConnect, charge a fee. Please check this on a case by case basis when using a Dapp.